The SAA are very pleased to be supporting the World Illustration Awards by sponsoring The SAA Agents Award for New Talent.

Cube/Not Guilty

Mugshot animal portraits are created by CUBE for an Australian non-alcoholic wine range.

"Introducing 'Not Guilty' – a selection of richly flavoured, full-bodied alcohol-free wines that let you revel without the aftermath!



The CUBE team was tasked with creating label artwork that captured animals in mugshot-like poses, sporting expressions of innocence in a realistic yet illustrative style. They may have been arrested, but they're not guilty!


Cube is represented by IllustrationX

Ing Lee/Bioré


Ing Lee creates the artwork for the release of a new Bioré SkinCare Facial Wash range.

Influencers were invited to get to know the Japanese innovation that cleanses and protects the skin's natural moisture in four unique versions.

With its style inspired by manga and Korean book covers, Ing shows fun, everyday scenes of self-care by all kinds of women at different stages of life.


The launch hit the market in 4 variations: Moisture, for normal and combination skin, Rich Moisture, which cleanses and moisturizes dry skin, Scrub, with exfoliating beads for all skin types, and Acne Care, for deep cleansing of acne-prone skin



Ing Lee is represented by IllustrationX

Ten Word Tiny Tales contributor Alex T. Smith



We were thrilled to celebrate this brilliant book with Waterstone’s Children’s Laureate Joseph Coelho along with a few of the contributing illustrators including Alex T. Smith.

"The tales in this compendium are tiny - they are only ten words long! But in your imagination they will settle - and, like seeds, they will grow..."






Adam is a regular contributor to Monocle Magazine was launched in 2007 briefing on global affairs, business, culture, design and much more.



The first three images shown are for Monocle Magazine , the forth for Courier Magazine and the last two for activity sheets for the Hyde Park Picture House.




Adam Allsuch Boardman is represented by NB Illustration

Rosie McGuinness x Style & Substance

Why what we wear matters edited by Bay Garnett

Rosie developed the cover illustration, endpapers, and chapter headers for the new fashion bible.


"Mixing thoughtful, original, and contemporary pieces with trailblazers from the past, this is a gloriously eclectic celebration of self-expression"


Rosie McGuiness is represented by Lipstick of London

New work from Oxo

Phosphor has just updated Oxo's portfolio with some fun new work. Oxo's style is playful and spontaneous and he is great at capturing a mood, whether he's illustrating crowds or single characters. Oxo is known not just for his illustrations, but comic strips, mascots, GIFs and also animations.

Find more of Oxo's work on the Phosphor website.

Rest in Peace Dave Hopkins, Phosphor


One of Phosphor's last SAA news stories sung the praises of award-winning veteran artist Dave Hopkins and invited more commissions for him. We are heartbroken to announce that Dave lost his battle with cancer on 13th August. It was so typical of Dave's professionalism, that even though he was very poorly and undergoing debilitating treatment, he was still keen to be drawing in his truly inimitable way. To the end, he maintained his proud career record of never missing a deadline or having an illustration rejected.



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